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Careers

Making a Difference Now.

At East House, we look for talented and enthusiastic professionals who really want to make a difference in people’s lives. East House strives to provide a work environment that is rewarding and fun, yet focused on our vision to be a leader in our field and a valued resource for our clients and their families; to provide quality, accessible and affordable community-based recovery options; to address the holistic needs of our clients; to focus on measurable outcomes; and to consistently live our core values.

East House is an Equal Opportunity Employer that encourages bilingual and minority candidates to apply. In order to ensure a supportive environment for those in recovery, all East House facilities are tobacco, alcohol, and drug free.

For more information about careers at East House, please contact hr@easthouse.org.

Open Positions

Join The East House Community

East House is an Equal Opportunity Employer that encourages bilingual and minority
candidates to apply. In order to ensure a supportive environment for those
in recovery, all East House facilities are tobacco, alcohol, and drug free.

At East House, we hire individuals who not only have demonstrated proficiency in their field, but also exemplify the following:

– A strong work ethic and dedication to our mission and vision
– An ability to contribute collaboratively as a part of various teams
– Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
– The ability to work effectively with culturally diverse clients, their families,
other community service providers, and fellow employees
– The desire to work and grow professionally
– The ability to further East House’s mission, vision and core values

To apply for a position please submit a resume through our website. For questions regarding our application process, please refer to our FAQ. To directly submit your resume or if additional questions, please email hr@easthouse.org.

Responsible For:

Provides overnight awake supervision and monitors the environment for safety and security in an adult chemical dependency community residence. Responsible for communicating and consulting with program staff regarding clients’ conditions and functioning. Responds to crises and emergencies. Provides counseling and support, including supervision of medication to clients. Provides unit support in preparing rosters, schedules, inventory, and other community policies and sign-up sheets. Performs routine facility maintenance tasks and other related tasks as assigned by supervisor. Program is regulated by NYS OASAS.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma, clean NYS valid driver’s license and safe driving record required. Some relevant paid human service experience and experience working overnight shifts strongly preferred.

Hours:

Full-time, 40 hours. Schedule: 11:00 PM – 7:00 AM, Sunday – Thursday.

Wage & Benefits:

Actual hourly salary is based on relevant education and experience. This position is only eligible for statutory benefits.


Responsible For:

Assists clients diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness who are transitioning out of inpatient care into community based housing. Provides education, training and support to residential clients to maintain the most independent community living possible. Teaches, supports and assist clients in their responsibilities for cleaning, food and supply purchasing, meal preparation, and safe and sanitary conditions within the living situation. Assist clients to follow through with appointments (e.g. medical, therapy appointments), attend these appointments as needed and assist with treatment recommendations. Position requires travel across six county region and occasional transportation of clients.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma and 1 year human services or Bachelor’s degree in human services. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record and availability of personal vehicle for work required.

Hours:

Full-time, 35 hours. Schedule can range from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM and will include
weekend rotations.

Wage & Benefits:

Wage range minimum is $10.90/hr. Actual hourly salary will be determined based on the candidate’s education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

Responsible for providing counseling and training to mental health clients in a group home or supported apartment setting. Partners with each client on caseload to develop an individualized Service Plan that is timely and based on client-identified goals and objectives. Duties also include support to clients, monitoring the self-administration of medication as needed, record keeping, responding to emergencies, communicating with agency On-Call Consultants and performing other routine tasks as assigned. Responsible to Program Manager. Program is regulated by NYS OMH.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma and 5 years human services or Bachelor’s degree in human services or equivalent combination of education and experience. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record and availability of personal vehicle for work required.

Hours:

Full-time, 35 hours. Schedule may be Tuesday – Saturday or Sunday – Thursday and includes two evening shifts a week as well as one weekend shift a week.

Wage & Benefits:

Actual hourly salary depends on education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

Responsible for providing counseling and training to clients with a substance use disorder in a group home setting. Partners with each client on caseload to develop an individualized Service Plan that is timely and based on client-identified goals and objectives. Duties also include support to clients, monitoring the self- administration of medication as needed, record keeping, responding to emergencies, communicating with agency On-Call Consultants and performing other routine tasks as assigned. Responsible to Program Manager. Program is regulated by NYS OASAS.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma and 5 years human services or Bachelors degree in human services or equivalent combination of education and experience. Candidates interested in pursuing or currently holding CASAC or CASAC-T certifications preferred. Experience working in an adult residential rehabilitation setting serving clients with chemical dependency is preferred. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record and availability of personal vehicle for work required.

Hours:

Full-time, 35 hours. Schedule may be Tuesday – Saturday or Sunday – Thursday and includes daytime and evening shifts.

Wage & Benefits:

Actual hourly salary depends on education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

Assists clients with a serious and persistent mental illness or a substance use disorder in establishing and maintaining eligibility for financial and medical assistance, and educates clients regarding entitlements. Assists clients in linking to other needed community services including searching for safe affordable housing, legal services, selecting health care providers, etc. Ensures agency payment for services including establishing funding at onset of services, developing sliding scale or repayment agreements with client, and following-up to minimize uncollected debt.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or equivalent and 4 years paid human service experience, OR Bachelor’s degree in human service related field and 2 years paid human service experience. Experience working with public funding sources strongly preferred. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record and availability of personal vehicle for work required.

Hours:

Full-time, 35 hours. Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Must be flexible to meet client and program needs.

Wage & Benefits:

Hourly salary varies based on education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

Provides overnight awake supervision and monitors the environment for safety and security to individuals in peer run crisis respite program. Responsible for communicating and consulting with program staff regarding clients’ conditions and functioning. Responds to crises and emergencies. Provides counseling and support. Provides unit support in preparing rosters, schedules, inventory, and other community policies and sign-up sheets. Performs routine facility maintenance tasks and other related tasks as assigned by supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates must be a past or present consumer of mental health and/or chemical addiction services who can relate to others who are currently using those services. Able to share personal experience and encourage wellness and recovery OR an individual working on Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) certification. High school diploma or equivalent required. Preferred to have some type of peer counselor training and experience working overnight shifts.

Hours:

Part-time, 16 hours. Schedule: Sunday – Monday, 11:00 PM – 7:00 AM.

Wage & Benefits:

Hourly salary will be determined based on the candidate’s education and experience. This position is only eligible for statutory benefits.


Responsible For:

The Relief Peer Support Specialist provides peer support, information, and advocacy to individuals in peer run respite program, in order to assist them in regaining control over their own lives and recovery process, and integrating into the community. Assists clients in articulating goals for recovery and determining the objectives needed to reach their goals, as well as assisting clients in obtaining community supports that tie in to their recovery goals. Facilitates trainings, workshops, groups and activities, as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates must be a past or present consumer of mental health and/or chemical addiction services who can relate to others who are currently using those services. Able to share personal experience and encourage wellness and recovery. High School or GED required. Experience working in an adult residential rehabilitation setting serving clients with mental illness and/or chemical dependency and/or peer counselor training from a community agency. Preferred to have some type of peer counselor training from a community agency.

Hours:

Per diem. Maximum of 58 hours within a two week period. Evening, weekend, and overnights shifts available.

Wage & Benefits:

Wage is $11.00 per hour. 10% differential for weekend shifts and hours between midnight and 7:00 AM. This position is only eligible for statutory benefits.


Responsible For:

The Peer Support Specialist provides peer support, information, and advocacy to individuals in peer run crisis respite program, in order to assist guests in regaining control over their own lives and recovery process, and integrating into the community. Assists guests in articulating goals for recovery and determining the objectives needed to reach their goals, as well as assisting guests in obtaining community supports that tie in to their recovery goals. Facilitates trainings, workshops, groups and activities, as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates must be a past or present consumer of mental health and/or chemical addiction services who can relate to others who are currently using those services. Able to share personal experience and encourage wellness and recovery. High School or GED required. Preferred to have some type of peer counselor training from a community agency. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record preferred.

Hours:

Full-time, 35 hours. Schedule: Sunday – Thursday includes day, evening, and weekend shifts.

Wage & Benefits:

Hourly rate will be determined based on the candidate’s education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; company paid short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; company paid life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

The Peer Support Specialist provides peer support, information, and advocacy to individuals with a serious and persistent mental illness in a permanent Supported/Single Room Occupancy program (SP/SRO). Works with the Service Coordinator to assist guests in regaining control over their own lives and recovery process, and integrating into the community. Assists guests in articulating goals for recovery and determining the objectives needed to reach their goals, as well as assisting guests in obtaining community supports that tie in to their recovery goals. Facilitates trainings, workshops, groups and activities, as needed. Position requires transportation of clients within company vehicles.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates must be a past or present consumer of mental health and/or chemical addiction services who can relate to others who are currently using those services. Able to share personal experience and encourage wellness and recovery. High School or GED required. Preferred to have some type of peer counselor training from a community agency. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record required.

Hours:

Part-time, 20 hours: Wednesday – Saturday, mixture of day and evening shifts.

Wage & Benefits:

Hourly rate will be determined based on the candidate’s education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; company paid short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; company paid life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

The Peer Support Specialist provides peer support, information, and advocacy to individuals in a community based supportive housing program for adults with mental illness. Works with the Service Coordinators to assist guests in regaining control over their own lives and recovery process, and integrating into the community. Assists guests in articulating goals for recovery and determining the objectives needed to reach their goals, as well as assisting guests in obtaining community supports that tie in to their recovery goals. Facilitates trainings, workshops, groups and activities, as needed. Position requires frequent transportation of clients within company vehicles.

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates must be a past or present consumer of mental health and/or chemical addiction services who can relate to others who are currently using those services. Able to share personal experience and encourage wellness and recovery. High School or GED required. Preferred to have some type of peer counselor training from a community agency. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record required.

Hours:

Part-time, 20 hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday day shifts.

Wage & Benefits:

Hourly rate will be determined based on the candidate’s education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; company paid short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; company paid life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

The Program Manager is responsible for the overall functioning of a community residence for individuals with substance use disorders. Duties include: planning, development, and implementation of coordinated and comprehensive recovery based services which improves the quality of life for each person served, implementing evidence based therapeutic programming, providing ongoing evaluation of and creation of programs/services as needed, meeting licensing and accreditation standards as set by agency performance standards, policies and procedures, providing leadership and management for the assigned program, supervising assigned staff, providing a positive work atmosphere that reflects agency values. Program is regulated by NYS OASAS.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or equivalent and five years’ paid human service experience or Bachelor’s degree in human service related field and three years’ paid human service experience. Must be a QHP as defined by OASAS regulations (e.g. CASAC, LMSW, LMHC, CRC, RN, etc.). Some supervisory experience preferred. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record and availability of personal vehicle for work required.

Hours:

Full-time: 35 hours. Schedule: Monday – Friday. Must be flexible to assist with 24 hour house coverage and rotating on-call duties.

Wage & Benefits:

Annual salary will be determined based on the candidate’s education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; company paid short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.


Responsible For:

Provides per diem coverage to residential facilities serving adults with mental illness and/or chemical dependency. Duties include support to clients, monitoring the self-administration of medication, record keeping, responding to emergencies, light housekeeping, monitoring of the facility to ensure a safe and recovery focused environment, communicating with agency On-Call Consultants, and performing other routine tasks as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma and some paid human service experience. Experience working in an adult residential rehabilitation setting serving clients with mental illness and/or chemical dependency is preferred. NYS motor vehicle license and safe driving record required.

Hours:

Per diem. Must be available to do overnight shifts ranging from 10:00 PM – 8:00 AM. Weekday and weekend shifts available. Maximum of 58 hours within a two week period.

Wage & Benefits:

Wage is $11.00 per hour. 10% differential for weekend shifts and hours between midnight and 7:00 AM. This position is only eligible for statutory benefits.



Responsible For:

Responsible for partnering with individuals with mental illnesses in a community based program to identify, access, and maintain linkages with treatment, housing, rehabilitation and community services that will help them maintain stable housing in the community. Working within a person-centered approach, the Service Coordinator teaches consumers living skills essential for their success in living independently and focuses on improving the quality of life for each person served in a way that has meaning to that individual. Position requires travel to client housing within Monroe County.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or equivalent and 4 years paid human service experience or Bachelor’s degree in human service related field and 2 years paid human service experience. NYS motor vehicle license, safe driving record and availability of personal vehicle for work required.

Hours:

Full-time, 35 hours. Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Wage & Benefits:

Hourly salary depends on education and experience. Excellent benefits including: generous Paid Time Off; short and long term disability insurance; affordable health and dental insurance; 401(k) plan; life insurance; financial assistance for staff training and education; plus a number of other benefits.




We Are Volunteers

Sharing Time & Talents to Improve Quality of Life


East House values the contributions of volunteers who share their time and
talents to directly improve the quality of life for East House clients. Many
volunteer opportunities are available at East House and may require as
little as one hour of time each week. While volunteering can be its own
reward, some individuals also gain valuable knowledge and experience that
helps to further personal or career goals. East House is committed to
recruiting, screening and selecting the most interested and qualified
individuals as volunteers and providing orientation, training, supervision
and recognition to these individuals.

Questions about volunteering? Please contact ees@easthouse.org.




Internships

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Developing Experience in the Human Services Field


East House is proud to partner with area colleges to offer
internships for undergraduate and graduate students looking
to develop experience in the human services field.

Recruitment for available internships usually begins 1-2
semesters prior to the placement and is a competitive
process. Please contact your school internship coordinator
for more information.



Benefits

In order to attract and retain the best employees, East House offers a competitive benefits package that includes the following:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Medical coverage
  • Dental coverage
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Medical Spending and Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
  • Life Insurance
  • Dependent Life Insurance
  • Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
  • Supplemental Insurances
  • Employee Assistance Program

For more information about careers at East House, please contact
hr@easthouse.org.